Tag: Economy

  • kraybill

    "It's in the people around us who are the most vulnerable where we are going to see the face of God," says Nelson Kraybill, president of Elkhart's Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary.

    April 17, 2009 | Comments

  • thumb1

    Sharia-compliant financing includes home mortgages and other financial tools, such as Islamic mutual funds, that have done well because they tended not to invest in now-collapsing financial institutions. More

    April 10, 2009 | Comments

  • What is the history of shariah financing, how does it compare to other traditions’ attitudes toward finance, and how does it work in the modern world? Watch more of Lucky Severson’s interview with international business professor Ibrahim Warde of the Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. More

    April 10, 2009 | Comments

  • revtomgoodhuethumb

    "We're feeding people now who are employed full time and can't make ends meet … There's been an outpouring of generosity from people saying I want to make sure my neighbors don't starve."

    March 27, 2009 | Comments

  • re_thumb_1206_theologyeconomy

    The recent economic debacle should cause us to reread, or perhaps read for the first time, the Christian theological tradition and how it inextricably relates economic exchange to morality (our quest for the good) and to God.

    October 10, 2008 | Comments

  • re_thumb_onenation_wallstreet

    The financial crisis and bailout are so huge they will severely impede whatever plans President Obama or President McCain had for his presidency.

    October 3, 2008 | Comments

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    What do religious voices have to say about the economic crisis and the proposals to solve it? More

    September 26, 2008 | Comments

  • re_thumb_1203_wallst

    We explore the ethical issues underlying the financial meltdown with Rebecca Blank, an economist, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, and co-author of the book "Is the Market Moral?"

    September 19, 2008 | Comments

  • 0711-10-200

    There are more than eight million illegal immigrants in this country. And while there is a lot of discussion about controlling U.S. borders and enforcing the laws, there are also those who say these immigrants are often exploited, and denied basic rights. Are they a drain on the economy -- or poor people deserving compassion?

    November 14, 2003 | Comments

  • businessethics-thumb

    R & E discusses the fallout from Enron’ bankruptcy with Jim Wallis of Sojourners magazine, Larry Zicklin of the brokerage firm Neuberger Berman and New York University, and Kirk Hanson of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. More

    February 8, 2002 | Comments

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